Monday, August 29, 2005

Today's News: Carriers ignore dual-mode for now

SearchMobileComputing.com: Today's News
August 29, 2005
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ISSUE SPONSORED BY: Rollout of New Wireless Technologies

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IN THIS ISSUE

-- Despite hype, carriers yet to support dual-mode
-- Mobile headlines
-- Don't let laptops infect your network
-- Integrating wireless into your wired world
-- Mobile Guide to BlackBerry, Chapter 8
-- The Missing Link: Brain food

HEADLINES
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DESPITE HYPE, CARRIERS YET TO SUPPORT DUAL-MODE |
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Vendors are preparing for the coming wave of dual-mode phones that
use Wi-Fi and cellular, but carriers have yet to join the party,
which could slow enterprise adoption.
http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid40_gci1117601,00.html?track=NL-315&ad=525564

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Check out our resources on voice over wireless LAN.
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MOBILE HEADLINES | From around the Web

Oracle stakes out handheld market (Computer Business Review)
http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/newsItem/0,289139,sid40_gci1120166,00.html?track=NL-315&ad=525564

HP pledges $150 million to RFID (Vnunet)
http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/newsItem/0,289139,sid40_gci1120164,00.html?track=NL-315&ad=525564

Brief: CFOs attached to mobile phones (Wireless Week)
http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/newsItem/0,289139,sid40_gci1120162,00.html?track=NL-315&ad=525564

More headlines are available on our news page:
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ALSO ON SEARCHMOBILECOMPUTING.COM
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DON'T LET LAPTOPS INFECT YOUR NETWORK
Personal firewalls help secure those laptops most likely to roam from
your corporate network and return bearing malware gifts. The Windows
XP SP2 firewall might not be enough to handle the security threat,
according to site expert Kevin Beaver and other Windows
professionals.
http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/general/0,295582,sid40_gci1120152,00.html?track=NL-315&ad=525564

INTEGRATING WIRELESS INTO YOUR WIRED WORLD
Join us at your convenience for a webcast with our featured guest
speaker, Jack Gold. Jack provides an overview of the latest in
wireless technologies and details how the right deployment of
technologies can lead to secure, integrated, and supportable wireless
networks that can be the foundation of building mobile solutions in
your organization.
http://searchMobileComputing.com/r/0,,44532,00.htm?track=NL-315&ad=525564&HP

MOBILE GUIDE TO BLACKBERRY, CHAPTER 8
This chapter describes how to configure handhelds with BlackBerry
Internet Browser Service (BIBS). Distribute it to your mobile staff
and they can easily learn how to work with the browser, surf, add and
change bookmarks and many other beginner options on their BlackBerry.
(Reproduced from 'Mobile Guide to BlackBerry,' ISBN 0789733439,
Copyright 2005 with permission from Pearson publishing as Que
Publishing.)
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THE MISSING LINK
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BRAIN FOOD | Whatis.com
The Cabir virus was the first verified example of a mobile phone
virus. True or false?

Answer:
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